Okay, I'll admit it. I had these as a kid. But sadly, I was too young to have someone in a Leia metal bikini to roll around them with me.
A Horrible gift to give. And I may have sent this to someone who hasn't yet experienced the magic.
Speaking of which, here's a completely unbiased review of the DVD.
Jane Espenson says chillax, everything's fine on Dollhouse. And FOX execs talk Dollhouse, among other things. And someone else who has seen the new pilot. An interview with the lovely and talented Amy Acker. Part 1. Mark Sheppard, of BSG, The Middleman, Firefly and Dollhouse and many other things, has an interview here. And another great video interview here.
The Periodic Table of Awesome.
Say what you will about his efforts on MNF, but Uncle Tony is great on the radio. Sadly, he won't be returning to that medium for a while.
I didn't need to read the rest of the article. I was hooked at the headline.
Who wants to work in the Death Star or the Enterprise?
Because really, that's where you go to find the best and brightest.
SlingBox on your CrackBerry? Should we go ahead and add the CrackBerry to Maslow's hierarchy?! And then there's this. Wow. that's a tough choice. With the CrackBerry, at least I can get it anywhere, anytime and for a long as I want. And I don't have to worry about catching a "virus" or spawning small, expensive and noisy BlackBerries.
Advisors suggest Sam Bradford -- and Matt Stafford -- should stay in school another year.
Check out the last item here. Damn, someone's not a Mark Richt fan.
What's Carly Smithson been up to? Still love her.
Read through the first few pages of this recap of the Heroes "volume" finale. Of the myriad problems with the show, characterization is first and foremost, as you'll see.
Sarah Michelle Gellar's Maxim outtakes. Time for a cold shower.
Sent to me by a former honey. Guess she knows me, huh?
Visitors to Bryant-Denny will now get in the proper mindset. Brilliant.
More ridiculous Batman 3 rumors. But I like this one. Meow.
Obviously, kids inspire bloodlust.
This should be posted in every office breakroom.
21 unnecessary sequels that were great anyway.
Mo Ryan's Top 10 shows of 2008. An excellent list, including the "runners up."
TV shows that more people should have watched. Yeah! for 7, 6, 5, 2 and 1. And The Middleman should be on that list, too.
The Big O really represents "change," eh? I made a note of this earlier in the week when it was first announced, and since then it's blown up into a big -- and legitimate -- controversy. Flat earth, theocratic politics as usual. Inclusive my ass. Why is this even necessary, particularly with someone so bigoted and intellectually dim? Of course, Hitchens has a take.
Say what you will Barry, but here's an interesting look at the development of his logo.
Robin was right about "entertainment" north of the border.